GrandCon features tabletop gaming in all its forms, including the creators behind them. We provide an atmosphere that will allow gamers to mingle and appreciate their shared interests.
Come to play or chat with fellow enthusiasts in a community that understands your passions. Find adventure with favorite role-playing game. Meet the creators behind your favorite mainstream and independent games. Check out unpublished games, maybe design a game, and sneak a peek at great things to come.
Most of you know what this is all about, but let us give you a recap for the newcomers!
We are hosting a Cosplay beach/pool-themed party with grill/picnic food, drinks, music/dance/rave parties featuring various DJs throughout the day, volleyball, photoshoots, watermelon smashing (スイカ割り) and many more WEEB activities!
BYOB for alcohol, and shouldbe kept in the shelter/picnic area.
HARD LIQUOR IS NOT PERMITTED by the Metropark.
Since there will be consumption of alcohol, 18+ is the recommended age of the party. However, it is a public park so anyone of all ages are allowed to attend.
Minor attendees should notify their parents/guardian that the environment will include alcoholic beverages present, but we do not encourage underage drinking.
Cosplay is an expensive hobby.
With all the cosplay conventions we go to, the cosplays we buy or build and buy supply/material for, can rack up 💰💰💰 quick.
So we want to hold a FREE ADMISSION event (with an exception of $10 metropark entry per vehicle) where cosplayers can still do what they love, but not worry about spending a large sum of money to attend events.
Our annual board game convention! If you come to one LBG event a year, this is the one you want to be at. Dozens of board game events, RPG events, vendors, *prizes*, and a Texas Hold’em event!
Join us for a day of vendors, artists, special pop culture industry guests, panels, cosplay and everything “nerdy” in between!
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Detroit Festival of Books (aka: Detroit Bookfest) will take place at Eastern Market Shed 3 in Detroit. FREE entry! Bookfest has been morphing into a signature event for the region and will feature 200 vendors selling BOOKS (ie: used, rare, antiquarian, unusual, ephemera, authors). There will also be vinyl records, comic books, creative arts, vintage board games and more! Food, beer and funk music!
The Redford Theatre and The Goblin King Players invite you to the Labyrinth Masquerade. Guests are encouraged to attend in formal masquerade attire, or as their favorite Labyrinth character. Be entertained by live music from Serious Moonlight BAND and enjoy photo ops with The Goblin King himself provided by Art Box Creations Inc. Masquerade will be held from 7-8:30pm followed by a screening of Labyrinth with a sing-along. More surprises await you in a world where everything seems possible and nothing is what it seems.
IT’S THE 11TH YEAR EVERYONE!!!! MAKE SURE YOURE THERE…
THE MOTOR CITY BLACK AGE XI 2021
The Movement Continues YEAR XI of the Motor City Black Age of Comics Convention… Come out and meet Creators/ Artists/ Writers/ Animators of color and other like minds of those that are under represented in the mainstream of the Comic Book and Animation industries. We will have Panel Discussions, Documentaries, Art , Writing and Publishing Work Shops… Live entertainment and much more… This is a Movement of Comic Book Creators, Manga Artists, Publishers, Graphic Novelist and Animators created for those that are under represented in the mainstream of the Comic Book and Animation industries. Oh did I forget! We will have Comic books, Graphic Novels , Animated Movies, Posters, T-shirts, and more of Super Heroes and Heroines of characters that look like you…
Cosplay Picnic Meet Up is back this Summer, on Saturday, June 12th from 10am – 7pm at Detroit Riverfront.
We will meet us at the Food Court inside the GM Renaissance Center around 10am or 11am before we all go Outside at 12pm. come to dress up as your favorite Characters to Cosplay and wear something cool during the hot weather. we will have some food, outside activities, entertainment and other stuff in Detroit Riverfront. Also bring some food or buy some food at the Food Court.
Cost: Free Admission